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Toronto band HSY (pronounced “hussy”) caught our attention with their sludgy and grimy punk last year in a number of ways. There were the grossly titled (and gross-sounding) songs “Milk Chug” and “Tartar Mouth,” and their cover of the Nirvana B-side “Moist Vagina” that sounded like a tobacco-stained lung. Now the band will release a 7″ for the new track “Cyber Bully,” which complements their toxic guitar riffs with blood-curdling shrieks from singer Anna Mayberry. It’s wholly unpleasant, but that’s what makes it so great. Listen to it below and look for them on tour.

04/26 Toronto, CAN @ Cinecycle
05/02 London, UK @ Shacklewell Arms
05/03 London, UK @ The Gun Club
05/05 Leeds, UK @ A Nation of Shopkeepers
05/06 Bristol, UK @ Start the Bus
05/07 London, UK @ Hoxton Square Bar & Kitchen
05/08 Brighton, UK @ The Great Escape @ Blind Tiger
05/10 Brighton, UK @ The Great Escape @ Coalition
05/16 Brooklyn, NY @ Death By Audio w/ Greys and The Beverleys
06/13-22 – Toronto – NXNE

The Cyber Bully/Phantasm Blast 7″ is out 6/2 via Too Pure/Buzz Records.

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  1. does the pronunciation of HSY mean that the artist who brought us gangnam style is pronounced “pussy”?

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